Whether you’re looking for gift ideas for your homeware-obsessed friend or wanting to set your Christmas table in style, In the Roundhouse has everything from stocking fillers to dinner sets that will bring your table to life.   

Merci Plate & Menu Set | $25

Give thanks to your guests with the Merci Plate and Menu Set. Every menu set includes 10 x A6 menu cards and 10 x place cards to get you started this dinner party season.

Bacio Bowl Set | $80

Send a little bacio (kiss) to your friends or family when you incorporate this playful set of bowls into your tablescape. The perfect size for pasta or salad, the Bacio Bowl Set will get your guests talking.

Straw Wave Placemats – Set of 4 | $80

This classic style placemat comes with a colourful twist, perfect for a minimalist friend looking to add a pop of colour to their table. The Straw Wave Placemats come as a set of four in light blue, green, pink and yellow.

Fish Platter | $60

Give your food the dish it deserves and bring the Italian seaside to your table this festive season with the Fish Platter from the Seafood Collection, designed by Sydney artist, Daimon Downey.

Italian Festive Set | $300

Give the ultimate gift this Christmas with an entire dining set. Designed to be mixed and matched, the Italian Festive Set brings a little slice of Italy to you with four Italian Word Border Plates, four plates from the Seafood collection and two Multicolour Pastel Napkin sets.

Shop In The Roundhouse range of stunning homewares online now.
Or find certain stock in-store at David Jones.

2022 Gift Guide: Harbour Town

Whether you’re shopping for him or her, find the perfect gift to pop under the tree this Christmas at Harbour Town.


Classic buys for the lady in your life, available from Harbour Town.

1. Linen Waistcoat, was $159.95 now $79.95, Witchery 2. Woven Link Necklace, was $49.95 now $39.95, Seed Heritage 3. Angelica Straight Leg Pant, was $119.95 now $59.98, Decjuba 4. Lancôme Poême L-Eau de Parfum, was $115 now $72, Priceline 5. Olyssa High Heel Sandal, was $219.95 now $129.95, Jo Mercer 6. Blake Sunglasses, was $229 now $114.50, Oroton 7. Claire Small Tote, was $199 now $139.30, Oroton 8. Stripe Cotton Shirt, was $129.95 now $79.95, Witchery.


         Designer tees, signature scents and accessories that are perfect to pop under the tree, all available from Harbour Town.

1. Coastal Swim Shorts, was $49.95 now $37.46, Polo Ralph Lauren 2. Mirage Suede Sneakers, was $439 now $379, Boss 3. Paco Rabanne Invictus, was $142 now $115, Priceline 4. Classic Fit Linen Shirt, was $199 now $159, Polo Ralph Lauren 5. Non Tight Socks, was $15.95 now $9.95, Gazman 6. Messenger Logo Tape Flatpack, was $89.95 now $62.97, Calvin Klein 7. Tommy Jeans Classic Rugby, was $159 now $79.50, Tommy Hilfiger 8. Centre Logo Cap, was $59.95 now $49.95, Calvin Klein.

Trading hours

December 19: 9am – 6pm
December 20: 9am – 6pm
December 21: 9am – 5:30pm
December 22: 9am – 5:30pm
December 22: 9am – 9pm
December 24: 9am -5pm
December 25: Closed
December 26: 9am – 5pm
December 27: 9am – 5pm

Find Harbour Town at 727 Tapleys Hill Road, Adelaide Airport

A Summer Pub Crawl

The hottest happenings in Adelaide’s pub scene this summer.

Parkside Hotel

Summer has arrived at the Parkside Hotel, with the contemporary venue decorating its spacious outdoor courtyard and bar in a stunning sea of purple flowers. Unwind in the vibrant indoor and outdoor space while enjoying signature 23rd Street cocktails, live music and a selection of locally-sourced sharing plates.

142 Glen Osmond Road, Parkside parksidehotel.com.au

The Colonist

This charming suburban watering hole is the place to be this summer. Enjoy after-work drinks at The Colonist with an array of seasonal cocktails, fresh Oyster Friday happy hours and a new modern Australian menu. Or, visit on Sundays for brunch, booze-spiked juices and an acoustic live music set.

44 The Parade, Norwood colonist.com.au

Robe Hotel

Soak up the seaside atmosphere at the Robe Hotel, the iconic country pub in the heart of the popular coastal town.

Enjoy classic pub grub, fresh seafood and a glass of local wine in the sun-drenched beer garden or listen to live music while overlooking the Southern Ocean.

Mundy Terrace, Robe robehotel.com.au

The Mile End Hotel

With more than 180 years of heritage, The Mile End Hotel oozes old-world charm with a modern edge. Kickback in the cosy, art-deco t-out and indulge in contemporary takes on classic dishes and sharing plates. Or, enjoy seasonal cocktails on balmy nights in the enclosed beer garden.

30 Henley Beach Road, Mile End mileendhotel.com.au

Brighton Metro Hotel

Grab your friends and head to the Brighton Metro Hotel for the new Bottomless Brunch Indulge in breakfast classics while sipping on Fizzer seltzers in the sun. In the evening, revel in the venues’ Mediterranean vibes while enjoying Aperol slushies, classic spritzes and grazing plates.

466 Brighton Road, Brighton brightonmetrohotel.com.au

2022 Gift Guide: City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters

Looking for the perfect gift for that hard-to-buy-for someone? We’ve curated a selection of foodie finds for every palette, all available from the City of Norwood, Payneham & St Peters.

Gourmet Essentials

For the ‘food is my love language’ friends, give them the gift of gourmet treats and decorative homewares.

 1. Ecology Speckle Oval Platter, $45, TwoPairs 2. Elisi Grove Kalamata EVOO 500ml, $25, Rio Vista Olives 3. Chai and Flaxseed Sprinkle, $13.50, Goodies + Grains 4. La Casa Del Formaggio Mozzarella Ball 250g, $5.49, Glynburn Gourmet 5. Chilli Dukkah, $10.99, Goodies + Grains 6. Casalinga Beetroot Pappardelle, $5, L’Abruzzese 7. Maxwell & Williams Mezze Salad Servers, $39.95, House & Garden

Two Pairs
145 Magill Rd, Stepney

Rio Vista Olives
6 Penna Ave, Glynde

Goodies + Grains
22 Nelson St, Stepney

Glynburn Gourmet
143 Glynburn Rd, Firle

28 Barnett Ave, Glynde

House & Garden
9/18 Magill Rd, Norwood

Coffee Obsessed

Sweeten your friends’ mornings with gifts from our city’s local coffee and confectionary retailers.

1. Chocolate Candy Almonds, from $7.99, Quinzi’s Confectionary 2. Arkadia Caramel Syrup 750ml, $22.99, Rio Coffee 3. Crema 500g, $20.75, Rio Coffee 4. Salt + Pepper Naoko Mug, $9.95, House & Garden 5. Bialetti Rainbow Coffee Maker, $45, 1645 Coffee Roasters

Quinzi’s Confectionary
31 Henry St, Stepney

Rio Coffee
22 Nelson St, Stepney

House & Garden
9/18 Magill Rd, Norwood

1645 Coffee Roasters
30 Sunbeam Rd, Glynde

Wine Time

Red, white, pink or sticky – whatever the preference, we’ve got you covered. Check out some of our favourites below to pop under the tree or on the Christmas table. No wine? No problem Give the gift of good spirits (and great brews) with the help of our local distilleries.

1. Epoch Rose 2021, $27, CW Wines 2. Stellar Syrah 2021 6pk, $180, Lambrook Wines 3. 2010 Dolce Far Niente 375ml, $31, Moorooroo Park Vineyards 4. Peacock Vineyard Chardonnay 2022, $36, Moorak Wines 5. 2020 Shiraz, $22, Heartland Wines.

1. Adelaide Gin 700ml, $79, Australian Distilling Co. 2. Retro Feels (New World West Coast IIPA) 12pk, $82.75, Little Bang Brewing 3. Bright Lights Gin 700ml, $80, Reform Distilling.

What’s On This Weekend

Hugh Sheridan’s Solitary Man | December 8

Adelaide’s own Hugh Sheridan is back, performing his new show Solitary Man at the Festival Theatre for one night only this December 8. Solitary Man will see Hugh and a 19-piece band perform twenty-five Neil Diamond tracks – including ‘Sweet Caroline’ and ‘Holly Holly’ — in a tribute to the musician’s global legacy. Buy tickets here.

Find out more.

Port Adelaide’s Dockside Festival | December 9 – December 11

Port Adelaide is hosting a three-day street party, with the inaugural Dockside Festival kicking off this weekend. Enjoy pop-up community activities, food, live entertainment and more that celebrate the vibrant suburb, as well as water-sport spectacles and Christmas-themed events. The family-friendly weekend is a great opportunity to enjoy the sunshine and soak up the seaside locale.

Find out more.

Christmas Gingerbread Decorating & Prosecco | December 9

Get in the festive spirit by decorating gingerbread biscuits while enjoying glasses of Prosecco this Friday! French-inspired Sucre Patisserie is hosting an intimate class on how to make icing, pipe cookies and decorate like a pro. You’ll take home 12 decorated cookies alongside tips and tricks for your Christmas baking.

Find out more.

Carols by Candlelight | December 11

The annual Carols by Candlelight concert is returning to Elder Park this weekend, bringing festive tunes and family-friendly fun to the heart of the CBD. This year’s event will host a Carol’s Carnival — with Christmas markets, free rides and face-painting – in the Festival Plaza before the main event kicks off at 8pm, where Conrad Sewell, Samantha Jade and more will perform.

Find out more.

Fresh Sundays at Coast | December 11

Sunday doesn’t have to mean the weekend is over! Seaside cocktail haunt Coast is launching its summertime Fresh Sundays events this weekend. Sip on seltzers from the pop-up Hard Fizz seltzer bar while enjoying Coast’s range of drink specials and sharing plates. DJ Tigerlilly will be soundtracking the evening alongside DJ Checkers and DJ Mawien. The launch party runs from 4 pm to 10 pm.

Find out more.

Long Lunching at Wine Machine

Australia’s premium music, food and wine festival, Wine Machine, is back this summer and heading to McLaren Vale’s Serafino Wines on Saturday December 17 for a day of dining, drinking and dancing.

Want to get the day started early? Kick off festivities with Wine Machine’s Long Lunch – an al fresco long table sit-down lunch with three courses of family style platters and a wide selection of Serafino Wines and beverages.

If fast-tracked entry wasn’t enough, dining under leafy vines with free-flowing Prosecco, wine and beer for three hours before the festival kicks off will be sure to get you grooving.

Post lunch, it’s time to dance the night away with a line-up of Australian artists bound to keep you on your feet: Flight Facilities, Lime Cordiale, Cut Copy, San Cisco, Masked Wolf, Art vs Science, Sumner, Mell Hall and more.

An event not to be missed, Long Lunch, General Admission and VIP tickets are available now.

Flourish at Morphettville this Summer

Morphettville Racecourse have recently opened Flourish, a new, unique, lush space adjacent to the track. Designed for you and your friends to thrive on-course during feature race days, at private events, and after dark, Flourish is the new home of outdoor summer partying with an impressive line-up of events to see the year out with a bang.

Twilight Races | December 16

Flourish at Morphettville and celebrate the end of the year with the Twilight Races!  Open to everyone on-course, Flourish features a great line up of DJs, executive-chef-designed culinary offerings, and specially selected beverages available for purchase. Head past the Heritage Stand to the edge of the Derby Lawns to experience the best of the Twilight Races in style at Flourish.

Entry to Flourish is included with the purchase of a general admission ticket and tickets are selling fast!

Find out more here.

Dimitri From Paris at Discoball Boxing Day | December 26

Adelaide’s nightlife is in for a shake-up this social season. Evenings are lighter, the weather is warmer, and there’s a brand new, must-experience after dark venue in town.

Let loose on the dancefloor, while table turning tunes take you from twilight through midnight. When the sun goes down, thrive at Flourish After Dark.

Flourish After Dark will be home to a line up of local and international superstar DJs this Boxing Day headlined by Dimitri From Paris, making the journey all the way to Adelaide for a party filled with good vibes and good times.

Included in the Boxing Day line up are DJs Groove Terminator, Leeroy Brown, Ezee G and Felicity – the city’s best providers of ‘good grooves’ to keep the party going from 4pm ‘till late.

Find out more here.

New Year’s Eve White Party | December 31

Flourish After Dark is here to help you bid farewell to 2022 at Adelaide’s hottest New Year’s Eve White Party! With two themed stages featuring Adelaide’s best DJs, VIP booths and a festival sound system, there’s no better place to ‘party in’ the New Year.

Enjoy a great selection of premium and crowd favourite drinks on offer accompanied by delectable chef-prepared food options for purchase while the sun sets on 2022. As the name suggests, dress to impress in your best all-white attire. Final release tickets selling fast!

Find out more here.

Best Places to Watch the World Cup

The World Cup is back, and Australia’s adoration for soccer is hitting fever-pitch. The Socceroos beat both Tunisia and Denmark in the World Cup, making it to the knock-out round for the first time since 2006. And if you haven’t seen the elated scenes from across the country celebrating the back-to-back win, you might be living under a rock. 

Regardless of whatever Sunday morning’s match holds for the Australian soccer team, we’ll be heading out to see some of the best sporting action live on the big screen. Here are three places to catch the live World Cup this season.  

Mile End Hotel | 30 Henley Beach Road, Mile End 

The Mile End Beer Garden is showing all England, Australia and selected group matches live & loud on the big screen. Rally your mates together, and head to the iconic hotel to see the sporting action while indulging in high-end pub classics. No reservations required! See the schedule for matches here

Find out more. 

Brighton Metro | 466 Brighton Road, Brighton 

The Brighton Metro is broadcasting World Cup games featuring the Australian and English soccer teams, as well as selected group matches, in the Brighton Metro Sports Bar. The outdoor big screen will be showing games live during main trading hours – the perfect setting for footy lovers to meet and cheer on their team. 

Find out more. 

Mick O’Shea’s | Main South Road, Hackham 

Adelaide’s longest-standing Irish pub, Mick O’Shea’s is showing every World Cup match live to locals looking to soak up the thrilling sports action. Catch the games on the big screen, enjoy some pub grub and cheer on your favourite team to win!  

Find out more.

What’s on this Weekend

East End Cellars Street Party | December 2 & 3

East End Cellars is closing off Vardon Avenue every weekend until Christmas for EEC Street Parties to celebrate the warmer weather, late sunsets and balmy evenings. The street will have an array of alfresco dining and street food, making it the perfect way to start your weekend. 

Find out more here. 

A Day on the Green | December 3

There’ll be good food, fine wine and great music at Peter Lehmann Wines this weekend, as A Day on the Green kicks off at the Barossa Valley winery. Headlining the festival is The Killers, who’ll play their chart-topping hits alongside support acts Jack Ladder and Floodlights. And with the warm weather (finally) showing up, there’s never been a better time to see one of the biggest bands live in action! 

Find out more here.

Revo Fitness Open Day | December 3

Revo Fitness has finally landed in South Australia, and to celebrate, they’re throwing an epic Open Day party. Start the morning with fresh juice from Juice Institute, a free coffee from Love Mittie and a treat by Bowlsome. There’ll be free group classes for you to get your sweat on too! The open day kicks off at 8am and runs until midday.

Find out more here.

Ebenezer Night Markets | December 3 from 5:30pm

The Ebenezer Night Markets launch their summer run of events this weekend! Head to Rundle Street east and journey down Ebenezer Place, to enjoy a unique shopping experience featuring local fashion, jewellery, delicious food, beverages, and artisan creations. There’ll be live music too, with a DJ soundtracking the evening. Perfect excuse for a spot of Christmas Shopping! 

Find out more here.

The Gift Bazaar by Gillies at the Grounds | December 3 & 4 

The Gift Bazaar by Gillies at the Grounds is a two-day Christmas market extravaganza, featuring 120 market traders with festive gifts, workshops, live music, and delicious food. Get into the Christmas vibe with carollers, fresh Christmas trees for sale, gift wrapping stations, and Christmas portrait sessions. 

Find out more here.

Glen Ewin Estate Summer High Tea | December 4 

Does having High Tea outdoors in beautiful surroundings sound like your cup of tea? Glen Ewin Estate’s annual High Tea event is the perfect place to unwind in the beautiful gardens while enjoying mouth-watering delights in the sunshine. Remember to bring a hat and sunscreen! 

Find out more here.

Written by Caitlin Holt.
Cover image via Rundle Street East.

Must-Visit Instagrammable Places in South Australia

We all love snapping the best pics for our social media feeds, and exploring those picture-perfect destinations is always a lot of fun. With the help of Ted’s Cameras, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite photography locations in Adelaide and South Australia to level-up your Instagram grid.

The best photo spots for landscape lovers

#1 Lake MacDonnell

This pretty pink lake is on everyone’s SA road trip bucket list and is one of the most Instagrammableplaces in Adelaide. The high salt concentration of Lake MacDonnell means the water reflects a bubblegum pink colour – a stark contrast to the blue water lapping at the opposite shoreline. The landscape photos of the lake are renowned on Instagram and will score you some serious likes.

#2 Flinders Ranges

The 600-million-year-old landscape of rocky gorges, undulating mountains and expansive plains is excellent for exploring, and it’s a bonus that the destination is perfect for adventure lovers searching to snap thrill-seeking pictures to post on their Instagram. We recommend sparing a few days for this adventure and visiting between April and October.

#3 Adelaide Botanic Gardens

The Adelaide Botanic Gardens stretches across 50 hectares of manicured gardens and is home to more than 20,000 plants. Here, use a DSLR or mirrorless camera to capture close-up, macro shots of wildlife, native fauna and pretty flowers. The Botanic Gardens is the perfect backdrop for photoshoot locations in Adelaide, with something always blooming year-round.

The best photo spots for foodie fanatics

#4 The Barossa Valley

From the famous palm tree-lined Seppeltsfield Road to the rolling vineyard views of the Barossa Valley, you will see photo opportunities everywhere you look in this award-winning wine region. Visit one of the many wineries (there are more than 150 vineyards to pick from), indulge in a fine-dining lunch, and snap a selfie with friends while you’re there!

#5 Sunny’s Pizza

This Solomon Street haunt is known for its funky fit-out, slices of eggplant parmigiana pizza and its glittering mirror ball. Not only is this super cute venue a great spot for after-work drinks, but it’s also one of the most instagrammable places in Adelaide.

#6 Hart’s Mill

This Port Adelaide destination is where trendy coffee shops, street art and heritage-listed watering holes abide. Find some of the best photoshoot locations in Adelaide – with the Wonderwalls on many of the Port buildings making for great backdrops and cafés, like Folklore, the perfect location for foodie Instagram shots.

The best photo spots for wildlife warriors

#7 Glen-Forest Tourist Park & Vineyard

A trip to the Glen-Forest Tourist Park & Vineyard is a must for families visiting Port Lincoln. Only a 15-minute drive from the seaside township, it’s home to a dedicated 120-acre animal park and 80-acre vineyard. The Segway tour through the vineyards makes for a great photo opportunity, or capture the kids cuddling koalas and feeding baby animals on camera.

#8 Eyre Peninsula

The Eyre Peninsula is nature’s playground and one of the best photography locations in South Australia for wildlife lovers. Visit the Head of the Bight and see Mother Nature in her element. If you’re lucky, you’ll spot the migration of the southern right whales. Use a mirrorless camera and a telephoto lens to capture the wildlife phenomenon. The best time to spot whales is August, and we recommend setting aside a few days for this trip. 

The best camera equipment to take with you

When choosing the best camera to use, it comes down to preference. For people on-the-go and who are newer to photography, a mirrorless camera is a good option due to its compactness and ease of use. Its small size also means you can easily fit it in your camera bag and carry around! Interchangeable camera lenses and manual shooting options mean that Instagram shots can be tailored to the destination, capturing incredible depth and range.

Both mirrorless and DSLR cameras are available at Ted’s Cameras, a leading Australian camera store that has been serving avid photographers for over 50 years. They sell 100% Australian stock, with no grey-market stock available, and have a 14-day exchange policy.

Pop into Ted’s Cameras for all your photography needs and the latest equipment. And now that you know some of the best photography locations in Adelaide, you’re ready to shoot incredible content for your Instagram!

Find your latest Ted’s Camera store here or order online now.